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  • adj. Not rationed

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Examples

  • Her final year as my so-called guardian was coincidentally the first year since the Great War ended to see quantities of unrationed sugar, butter, and meat, which meant that the emotional excesses had been compounded by culinary ones.

    A Monstrous Regiment of Women

  • The growth in the parallel market and in unrationed products should not affect the stipulated consumption.

    CASTRO READS MAIN REPORT AT PCC CONGRESS

  • "Let me breathe unrationed air again Where there's no lack nor dearth"

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • If the rich in Chile have more than enough of everything and are unrationed, the poor lack almost everything; they are rationed, without any card, by the miserable wages they receive and their pitiless exploitation by imperialism, the oligarchy, and capitalism.

    REPLY TO STATEMENTS MADE BY CHILEAN PRES. FREI

  • The public treasury will have to pay them and will have to wait for increases in production to permit the unrationed sale of coffee regulated by the price, not the ration book.

    SANTIAGO COFFEE GROWERS

  • Meanwhile, until coffee can be sole unrationed, the economy of the nation will have to pay for all these costs.

    SANTIAGO COFFEE GROWERS

  • The public treasury will have to pay these increases and wait until there is enough coffee so that it can be sold unrationed, in which case the coffee will be sole freely at a higher price which will pay for these increases and the costs that the country has to pay in the mountains.

    SANTIAGO COFFEE GROWERS

  • Premier Fidel Castro announced at the reception at the Soviet Embassy that tomorrow the herring catch of the Soviet fishing vessels which are collaborating in increasing fish production will be put on unrationed sale in 30 places throughout the popular districts of Havana.

    SOVIET ENVOY'S RECEPTION FOR ISHKOV

  • Stopping over the too low gas stove, frying strange fish she had bought because it was cheap and unrationed, turning it in the scant grease she had been able to spare, she saw herself back home.

    The Dollmaker

  • The stores are full of merchandise, food is abundant and largely unrationed and agriculture is prosperous.

    Europe Still Holds The Key

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